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Today 01:47 PM
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im a hr person and i agree with this. i dislike the "last drawn + 10 to 15%" for ur new job salary..
I agree. Itís a double-edged sword. The contrasting argument could be made where the person was paid higher in previous jobs due to corporate structure or industry specific remuneration. And for the same pay, there could be other intangibles that matter.

While a double blind test sounds perfect, i canít deny money is still the overriding factor in most cases and hence the first effective filter for both applicants and hiring manager.
Today 01:29 PM
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Shouldn't the gov ban the practice of employers asking for payslips? With how the economy is now, fresh grads will get a low starting salary and other workers will experience a pay cut. When they move jobs, they'll forever be scarred by their lower pay due to COVID-19. Even promotions will be based on this cut pay.

In the U.S. this is already a thing to prevent employers from lowballing those who unfortunately had a low-paying job previously. There are other ways to verify employment and you should be paying a person for what they currently do, not what they were previously paid.
im a hr person and i agree with this. i dislike the "last drawn + 10 to 15%" for ur new job salary..
Today 12:49 PM
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direct contract
yes, you will be entitled with all benefits and bonuses
Today 11:53 AM
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direct contract? or third party contract?
direct contract
Today 11:27 AM
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Gov should ban the practice of asking for payslips

Shouldn't the gov ban the practice of employers asking for payslips? With how the economy is now, fresh grads will get a low starting salary and other workers will experience a pay cut. When they move jobs, they'll forever be scarred by their lower pay due to COVID-19. Even promotions will be based on this cut pay.

In the U.S. this is already a thing to prevent employers from lowballing those who unfortunately had a low-paying job previously. There are other ways to verify employment and you should be paying a person for what they currently do, not what they were previously paid.
Today 11:03 AM
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Can I ask how does the income bracket work? Assuming I start at mx 12 and the range is between 3 to 6k and in between w increment to about 3.6k. Upon promotion to 11a which is from 4.7 to 7k, how should the increment look like? Thanks!
firstly, after mx12 is mx11

upon promotion your salary will falls within the new range. if you are currently drawing 3.6 and the next range starts at 4.7, it is unlikely you will be promoted this year (there are definitely exception though)
Today 11:01 AM
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May I know if contract employees e.g. (1 year, 2 year) in ministries/SB are entitled to any bonuses which the permanent employees usually get? How about benefits?
direct contract? or third party contract?
Today 10:19 AM
Unregistered May I know if contract employees e.g. (1 year, 2 year) in ministries/SB are entitled to any bonuses which the permanent employees usually get? How about benefits?
Today 12:38 AM
Unregistered Can I ask how does the income bracket work? Assuming I start at mx 12 and the range is between 3 to 6k and in between w increment to about 3.6k. Upon promotion to 11a which is from 4.7 to 7k, how should the increment look like? Thanks!
Yesterday 11:56 PM
Unregistered How common is it for those in their 40s to be MX10 or higher? 50-50?
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